Content tags let you add additional information to the SMT content and landing pages. This information is added to the landing page record and the content record. In the SMT UI, the field is named Content Tags. The content tags work with the sort and filter tools to help better identify specific landing pages and content.
Let’s say you want to create a new piece of content or a landing page. Previously, in the unpublished changes list the content was labeled according to the type of content. You can give the content one or more content tags. The content tags could include, “banner, fall, special” to add more sorting and filtering ability for your content. Ensure each content tag is separated by a comma.
Now for your upcoming sale you want to use “christmas sale” as a tag for all the content you want related to your upcoming sale. After you have added all your content, use the sort and filter tools on the Unpublished Changes list to ensure your content has the correct visibility dates, tags, or path.
SMT Content Tag
This field lets you save your SMT content with one or more descriptive tags. This field lets you better identify the content in the Unpublished Changes and Visibility Timeline lists and use the Sort and Filter tools to easily narrow down the content to specifically what you want to see.
Landing Page Tag
This field lets you save their landing pages with descriptive tags. This lets you easily view the landing page on the Unpublished Changes and Visibility Timeline and use the Sort and Filter tools to easily narrow down the content to specifically what you want to see.
Sort and Filter Tools
At any given time you may have a large amount of various content. This could be one or more landing pages, text and image content, or custom HTML content. These tools make publishing your content and viewing upcoming changes easier. Sort and Filter Tools give you different options to sort and filter based on the which list you are viewing. Click Reset in the dropdown menu to return to the default view at any time.
When you view the Unpublished Changes list, you can filter the list by the following items:
You can sort the list by the following items:
When you view the Visibility Timeline, you can filter by the following items: